For people who just can’t get enough of sweets, Sugarpack might be the perfect Minecraft resource pack. Not only does it replace many of the standard food items with sweeter variants, but monsters, villagers and even cows, pigs, chickens and other friendly mobs are all made into some sort of candy critter or another. Even armor and weapons worn by the player will look more like candy canes and rock candy than deadly blades or protective gear. There’s so much sugar in Sugarpack that players risk developing Diabetes just by downloading this resource pack (kidding, of course).
That doesn’t mean the entire world is replaced with candy though. Many construction blocks like stone, colored clay and others still retain a mostly normal look, but these are rare exceptions to Sugarpack’s standard operating procedure, which is to make things look like they’re loaded with sugar. Even some of the stone brick varieties look more like stacked cakes with frosting than building materials. It’s unfortunate that players can’t just eat these newly textured items, because some of them look so good you’ll probably want to wolf them down as soon as you see them.
Perhaps the best thing about Sugarpack is that it still gets regular updates, and it was just recently updated again to work with Minecraft 1.8, the newest version of the game client.
Sugarpack resource pack includes new textures for all the new blocks, baddies and items, and it’s kind of amazing how quickly the author came up with those new images for the game. Look for fruit cake, jelly beans, M&Ms, dots, mints, chocolate and more if you decide to give this resource pack a try. There are even more sweet and sugary substances to discover, but you’ll probably notice these ones right away.
Sugarpack Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.11 Changelogs
- Added prismarine bricks = Mint ice cream.
- Added prismarine = Menthol (different colours).
- Added dark Prismarine.
- Added prismarine shard = Mint ice cream on top of a cone.
- Added prismarine crystals.
How to install Sugarpack Resource Pack?
- Start Minecraft.
- Click “Options” in the start menu.
- Click “resource packs” in the options menu.
- In the resource packs menu, click “Open resource pack folder”.
- Put the .zip file you downloaded in the resource pack folder.
Download Link for Sugarpack Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.11 / 1.10